Jian Xu is a historian at Sun Yat-sen University. In this talk at TEDxSYSU, he talks about the multi-dimensions of cultural heritages, especially the ones not mentioned in spotlight. He calls for more awareness and protection of these endangered rituals and cultural practices. Topic: cultural heritage
Pubblicato in: Fondazione ISMU, Quattordicesimo Rapporto sulle migrazioni 2008, FrancoAngeli, Milano, pp. 253-261. Released with CC BY-SA license by the authors. Topics: integration, immigration, cultural heritage
In this issue of the Intangible Cultural Heritage update for October/November 2013, we draw to the end of our wells project, and share some thoughts and findings on wells, water, and community. We have news from Norris Arm, with stories about traditional games, and from the Bay Roberts area on a project to document traditional folk belief, including stories collected from students at Ascension Collegiate. And to finish off, we have more stories brought to life through the digitization of the... Topics: intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, canada
Lucrarea își propune să prezinte principalele standarde de date, metadate și recomandări de catalogare, cu alte cuvinte, principalele norme, instrucțiuni și recomandări la nivel internațional, european și național care guvernează domeniul documentării patrimoniului cultural. Aceste reglementări se referă deopotrivă la patrimoniul fizic, documentat pe suport clasic sau pe suport digital, cât și la patrimoniul digital (obținut în urma unor operațiuni de digitizare, de exemplu... Topics: museums, documentation standards, cultural heritage
Podcast of discussion with JHU Prof. Glenn Schwartz regarding excavations of Early Bronze Age tombs at Umm el-Marra, Syria and the protection of cultural heritage in conflict zones. Topics: archaeology, Syria, tombs, cultural heritage
Presentation in the framework of 3rd CommonsFest 2015, Athens, Greece'Recording and Promotion of the 19th and 20th century’s buildings in Athens'http://commonsfest.info/en/festival-ton-kinon-2015/programma-commons-fests-2015/ Topics: commons, commonsfest, athens, monumenta, cultural heritage
Documentations made by Dariush I, King of the Kings, the great emperor of Persia (500 BC) are the largest inscriptions in the world including 1200 lines of about 2 meters length. These inscriptions written in Old Persian, that were simultaneously translated into Elamite and Babylonian, narrate the victories of Dariush over the rebellious rulers of the kingdom. This magnificent monument is carved on the stone wall of the holy mount of Bisotun in the western part of Iran. The monument was made at... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Cultural Heritage, Archiving, Measurement, Reconstruction, Visualization
Mississippi Mud’s Designer-Editor Joel Weinstein His inspiring roles in Pacific Northwest and international creative culture, with Lynn Darroch, Susan Gustafson, John Laursen, and more. Topic: joel weinstein ochcom oregon cultural heritage
In the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador for April-June 2015: folklorist Dale Jarvis is working with the Champney's West Heritage Group on a cultural mapping project; Terra Barrett writes about the soon-to-be-released oral history booklet from Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove; the Heritage Foundation of NL invites you to listen to stories about heritage properties as part of The Memory Store, now on YouTube; and you are invited to a free "Saving our Stories"... Topics: folklore, intangible cultural heritage, oral history, Newfoundland
Caradoc Peters PhD is the Head of the Department of Archaeology run through the University of Plymouth, UK. He is the author of The Archaeology of Cornwall.He has also coauthored a chapter in the book Reanimating Industrial Spaces, as well as articles for IEEE and the Journal of Archaeological Science. Topics: Archaeology, Digital Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, Social Media
In this issue of the ICH Update, we have a panel on fieldwork ethics, Innu place names online, a revitalization of drum dancing in Makkovik, and an ongoing oral history project in Placentia. Topics: Intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, folklore, oral history
Caradoc Peters PhD is the Head of the Department of Archaeology run through the University of Plymouth, UK. He is the author of The Archaeology of Cornwall.He has also coauthored a chapter in the book Reanimating Industrial Spaces, as well as articles for IEEE and the Journal of Archaeological Science. Topic: Archaeology Digital Archaeology Cultural Heritage Social Media
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we announce the designation of Heart's Content as a Registered Heritage District, and commemorate it with the unveiling of a bronze plaque; Nicole Penney returns from the Loggers' Life Museum with news of a weaving workshop in the woods; archaeologist Sarah Ingram reports on our new wells, water and springs research; and, folklore graduate student researcher Claire McDougall reports on her... Topics: intangible cultural heritage, newsletter, newfoundland, culture
This is a recording of the national round table "Presentation and Preservation of Bulgarian Cultural Heritage via the European Virtual Library Europeana" held on November 9th 2012 at the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria with the participation of Europeana. Topics: Europeana, Bulgariana, aggregation, national aggragator, cultural heritage, Bulgariana cultural...
Vi Gale was a Portland, Oregon, publisher and poet. This is a celebration of her life, brought to you by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission, http://ochcom.org. Speakers include Walt Curtis, Barbara Drake, Anita Helle, Lawson Inada, Lars Nordström, Carlos Reyes, Vern Rutsala, Ralph Salisbury, Peter Sears, Kim Stafford, Lisa Steinman, Primus St. John and Ingrid Wendt. Topics: poet, portland, oregon, publisher, ochcom, cultural heritage commission
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we outline our plans for the Petty Harbour Memory store, a public recording booth which will be set up to archive memories of growing up in Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove; the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador announces a $5000 grant for research on the historic fishery in the province; heritage intern Terra Barrett reports on community celebrations in Petty Harbour; Lisa Wilson gives an update... Topics: heritage, inuit, labrador, fishing, oral history, folklore, intangible cultural heritage
In this month's ICH update: the creation of Dance NL, to safeguard dance traditions and contemporary dance in Newfoundland and Labrador; and our ICH intern Jed Baker goes to the Wooden Boat Conference and reports back. Topics: Newfoundland, intangible cultural heritage, boatbuilding, dance, dancing, boats, boat building
In the late 1970s American folklorist, David Taylor, conducted a series of interviews in the Trinity Bay area while researching his Memorial University folklore thesis, "Boatbuilding in Winterton: The Design, Construction and Use of Inshore Fishing Boats in a Newfoundland Community". In this podcast, we present short clips of two of those interviews. The first, dating from March 22, 1979 is part of Dr. Taylor's interview with Mr. Lionel Pearcey, who was born December 8, 1918, in... Topics: boatbuilding, newfoundland, tradition, intangible cultural heritage, podcast, david taylor
Digital Heritage Symposium: Securing the Intangible through the Virtual Beijing, People's Republic of China Saturday, August 2 and Sunday August 3, 2008 Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) development officer Dale Gilbert Jarvis of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador delivers a paper at the Digital Heritage Symposium in Beijing, PRC, on Sunday August 3, 2008. Topics: Intangible Cultural Heritage, digital archives, ich, newfoundland, Dale Jarvis
Weimar's cultural heritage is vast. It is most often recognised as the place where Germany's first democratic constitution was signed after the First World War, giving its name to the Weimar Republic period in German politics, of 1918–1933. However, the city was also the focal point of the German Enlightenment and home of the leading characters of the literary genre of Weimar Classicism, the writers Goethe and Schiller. Many places in the city centre have been designated as UNESCO World... Topics: Germany, Deutschland, Weimar, palace, castle, museum, history, cultural-heritage, tourisme
Hominids feed primarily on plants from which the abrasive particles and acidity contribute to the wear of their teeth surfaces. Wear cups of dentine are often observed that may not simply result from a difference in hardness between enamel and dentin. Since variations in the mode and level of tooth wear in various populations is attributed to their diet, we have analysed the microscopic appearances of dental wear in ancient Egyptian skulls.... Topics: Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, Death and Burial, Diet, Tooth wear
Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, Number 008, Summer 2009. The monthly intangible cultural heritage newsletter of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. In this edition: HFNL undertakes an survey of folklore and oral history recordings in the province SmartLabrador continues its oral history research on the Labrador Straits Remembering Violetta Halpert Topics: ich, heritage, folklore, intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, labrador, heritage
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is hiring a researcher to work on a project with the Department of Folklore to research wells, springs and traditional knowledge about water sources; Tolson Rendell of Heart's Content shears his sheep; marine engine enthusiasts are invited to a meeting about Newfoundland's iconic make and break engines; we start work on our folklore and oral... Topics: intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, culture, newsletter, folklore, oral history
Intangible Cultural Heritage Update December 2008: What Is ICH? Booklet Rug Hooking in Labrador Planning Cultural Documentation Projects - David Taylor workshop Provincial ICH Needs Assessment and Survey completed Remembering Christmas Traditions Topics: intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, folklore, rug hooking, tradition
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, ethnomusicologist Dr. Beverley Diamond wins the prestigious Trudeau Fellowship, Diana Quinton helps communities tell their local stories, the Town of Placentia salutes one of its living treasures (and my favourite eel trapper) Mr Freeman Upshall, an 18-year-old Labrador student wins a Women's Institute scholarship with an essay on local heritage, notes on a meal of fish from the Great Northern Peninsula, and those fences keep... Topics: intangible cultural heritage, oral history, folklore, newfoundland, labrador, fences, fish
In the process of making museum fund we face the question of the significance of every its exhibit item for documenting the social development of the represented time, certain events, processes and structures. The value of the fund is first of all determined on the history of the exhibited thing, of its primary application and the place of it in the life of the society it belonged. The article is devoted to the results of the research in museology which allows to came to conclusion that the... Topics: The Academician A. Kh. Margulan, Museum Exhibition, Folklore, Ornament, Kazakh People, Customs and...
In December 2014 edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (HFNL) explores membership with the Inter-City Intangible Cultural Cooperation Network (ICCN); some thoughts on placemaking; the Outer Battery’s Charles Pearcey is designated as a Provincial Tradition Bearer; HFNL Announces Three Fisheries ICH Projects in Cupids, Pouch Cove, and Labrador; and Sharon King-Campbell declares war! (Don't worry,... Topics: placemaking, heritage, newfoundland, games, intangible cultural heritage, pouch cove, outer...
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Update, we focus on an oral history project in Ferryland, Newfoundland, look at a mummering folklife festival planned for December 2009, look at how hours of audio material from Fogo Island have been archived online, introduce you to one of the folklore interns, and discover what is meant by the word "friar" in a geographic context. Plus, Clary Croft, folklore researcher, is set to visit Newfoundland. Topics: folklore, folklife, mummering, Newfoundland, intangible cultural heritage, ich, fogo, ferryland,...
This book is the result of the meeting between Italian and Argentinian researchers of the High Middle Ages. Spacing from Italy to the Gaul up to the Mediterranean Oriental from the Third Century to the Eighth, the book describes a world polarized among an East destined to be separated among Bisanzio and the Islam, and a West constituted by the post-Roman barbaric societies. The East, rooted in the Roman-Hellenistic inheritance, is presented as a source of religious experiences that deeply... Topics: High Middle Ages, Lombard kingdom, Barbaric societies, Cultural heritage of Rome.
The monthly intangible cultural heritage newsletter of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador Topics: dance, dancing, ich, heritage, folklore, intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, labrador,...
In this month's ICH Update, we look at a project to place materials from the Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive which relate to mummering traditions online, an article on the wren, the king of the birds, a note from Harbour Breton on an Iron Foot, an update on what's new with the Digital Archives Initiative, and a preview of the Place, Narrative and New Media Symposium Topics: mummering, jannying, newfoundland, mummers, festival, new media, intangible cultural heritage, ich
In this very hot edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador launches its second annual Folklife Festival. This year, the festival is called The Festival On Fire, and celebrates fire and fire-related traditions including the annual November 5th Bonfire Night Celebrations. The Update also features a review of the 2010 Doors Open program, notes from a folklore researcher on textile traditions on the Great Northern Peninsula, and... Topics: bonfire night, newfoundland, intangible cultural heritage, guy fawkes, quilting, knitting, fire,...
It has been a busy few months for the ICH office at the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (HFNL), and we are gearing up for a very busy summer. In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, there are a few big announcements, including the accreditation of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador by UNESCO, and the launch of our 2012 Folklife Festival, which this year will take place in Bonavista on August 4th, with a celebration of Newfoundlandâs iconic... Topics: intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, boat engines, make and break, boats, supernatural
In this issue of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update newsletter for January and February 2010, we announce an introduction to interviewing techniques workshop with Dr. Philip Hiscock; a review of websites with sample oral history questions; The Rooms brews up coffee, culture and love; and, Dr. Anna Kearney Guigne hits the road with planning workshops for community organizations planning folklore and oral history research projects. Topics: folklore, ich, intangible cultural heritage, newfoundland, interviewing, storytelling, mary gavan,...